Ryan Gosling searches for the truth in second 'Blade Runner 2049' trailer

The newest trailer for the Ridley Scott sequel hit the internet early Monday morning and has audiences more ready than ever for the film's October release.

The newest Blade Runner 2049 trailer is out, and it reveals more than we've seen yet.

'I covered my tracks, I scrambled the records.

There's also more of a look at Jared Leto's character, who is something of a spiritual successor to corporate overlord Eldon Tyrell from the original. These words have changed from "Every civilization was built off the back of a disposable work force", to "Every leap in civilization was built off the back of slaves". The trailer suggests Ford's character is hiding out in the desert with a number of replicants, though it's unclear at this stage whether it's a voluntary camp or an enforced one. Well, now we know that he can't really be a replicant since he's aged.

"That's not possible. If this gets out, we've bought ourselves a war", she says, then adds at another point in the trailer, "This breaks the world". The film also stars Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, Lennie James, Dave Bautista, Edward James Olmos, and Jared Leto. Denis Villeneuve said that making a sequel to such a well-known film is a challenge. Opening October 6, 2017 the movie will be distributed by Warner Bros.in North America and Sony Pictures Releasing International in all media for all overseas territories.

The first film centered on Harrison Ford's character as he hunted off-world replicants that had escaped to Earth to try and find their creator.

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